Now people above 65 years of age will not be able to perform Haj
The Saudi Arabian government has banned Hajj pilgrimage to people above 65 years of age. In this context, the Haj Committee of India has issued a circular banning pilgrimage for people below 65 years of age.
Now only men or women between the age group of 18 to 65 years can go for Haj pilgrimage. In such a situation, those who are above 65 years of age who had applied for Haj pilgrimage. His application has been cancelled with immediate effect.
Now freshers can apply online from 22nd April. The application fee is three hundred rupees.
The Saudi Arabian government has decided to admit one million Haj pilgrims this time. Now less than one lakh people from India will be able to go on Haj pilgrimage. There may also be a cut in the prescribed quota of the state for Haj.
According to the Corona guidelines, complete vaccination will be necessary for Haj pilgrims.
Along with this, people will also have to show the negative corona test report.
The Arab government had banned the Hajj pilgrimage for two years due to the Corona epidemic.
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